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Why not join one of our existing university societies or create your own school or work-place society

Developing University/Schools/Work-place Societies

By join one of our existing university societies or creating your own school or work-place society you will help make the work we do more sustainable. Apply now to help support disadvantage young people back here in the UK such as our wee stars at 'Broom House Young Carers' or help those living in extreme poverty within Africa at Newlands Orphanage and other schools or orphanages in the Kilimanjaro Region. You can make a difference too and we can help you get started to help make a difference in your own life and help the suffering, vulnerable and disadvantage in any given society. This project is about you and your creative ideas because we allow the platform for your voice to be heard.

Working with Schools and Colleges with the UK and the general public: We will continue to alleviate poverty through the power of education by providing new life chances and life saving skills. Taking a holistic approach to the negative impact of social exclusion drivers we will continue to offer a hand up, facing head on the multiple social challenges people face on a daily bases. Through the provision of Social, Welfare, Community and Emotional support we will strive to help turns lives around and promote your human rights. Adopting inclusionary practises we empower individuals and communities by involving them in the decision making, design, development and delivery of new peer education workshops, providing an opportunity driven by their own creative ideas. Our workshops will deal with pressing matters such as drugs and alcohol misuse, their work will be beneficial not just for individual social enhancement but more important for society as a whole. Offering a platform for voices to be heard, at both a local and international level linking our nations together.

Our memories are too good to leave behind so why not join us on our amazing journey?

Working with Broom House Young Cares in Edinburgh and YUFF in Stirling, (small Scottish charities) we bring together university students and outreach workers who share their skills. We have already provided training in traditional crafts and have invited some of these young people to join us in 2012 to help deliver our health education workshops, through peer education within Africa and throughout schools and colleges within the UK.

Having helped a number of young people re-engage back into education over the years we know we can make a difference in so many peoples' lives. As a group of volunteers we are all very proud of our achievements and I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has been self funded and has contributed to our successes over the years. We must never forget our dedicated African volunteers, who have also been very instrumental in helping us to get to this point. I therefore thank you all for your amazing support and contribution to our progressive developments at grass roots level.

Our work within the UK

Our work within the UK

Our work within the UK

UK Co-Ordinator - Christina Wren - tel: (UK +44) 01506882165 - e-mail: info@kilimanjarofirstaidcommunityprogram.com

Mount Kilimanjaro First Aid Community Programme is an international humanitarian organisation (non Profit making) community interest Company SC Reg No: 418956 a company limited by guarantee. Working jointly with a number of other charities and organisations such as; Mount Kilimanjaro School a non profit making organisation in Tanzania Registration no: 22993 and Newlands orphanage. Helping to support Broom House Young Carers a Reg Charity No: SC003706 a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland No: 320027 which is a charity held very close to our hearts we will be supporting this year. This e-mail and any of its attachments is considered to be confidential. It is intended solely for the addresses or named people mentioned either on the e-mail address or within the contents of the e-mail. If you are not an intended recipient, any use, copy or diffusion, even partial of this message is prohibited. Please delete it and notify Mount Kilimanjaro First Aid Community Programme immediately: christina@kilimanjarofirstaidcommunityprogram.com